“Family Reunion II” is featured in the 2012 edition of American Art Collector, a juried collection of contemporary art published as a fine art book. p.126
A festive evening art auction with hors d’oeuvres, wine and music to benefit this very worthy organization. Mimi Jensen’s work will appear in the Live Auction. Saturday, September 24, 2011, 6-9pm SOMArts, 934 Brannan San Francisco, CA
Mimi Jensen’s exhibition opens at Arden Gallery in Boston and runs June 1-30, 2011. The opening reception is Friday, June 3, 5-7pm. Arden Gallery 129 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 617-247-0610
Professional Artist magazine interviews Mimi Jensen about an entire week she spent exploring the Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA in New York, which inspired her ongoing series of paintings “A Week at the Met,” featuring “Splurge” from that series. April 2011 issue.
Mimi Jensen’s art and artistic process are examined in a September 1, 2010 interview in Venetian Red, the art blog created by two working artists, Christine Cariati and Liz Hager, who conceived of VR as a vehicle to delve into what inspires them as artists and as a forum to stimulate dialog. Widely read and much […]
Mimi Jensen’s exhibition opens at Hespe Gallery in San Francisco. The opening reception is Saturday, September 11, 5-7pm. The show runs through October 2. Featured artwork: “Midnight Supper.” Hespe Gallery 251 Post Street, Suite 420 San Francisco, CA 94108 415-776-5918
American Art Collector magazine publishes an interview with Mimi Jensen and a preview of her exhibition at Hespe Gallery in San Francisco. The preview features six of the twelve new paintings in the show: “Love Letter,” “Indulgence,” “Morning Kisses,” “Winter Garden,” “Montecristo,” and “Parisian.” September 2007 issue, pp. 138-141
“California Home+Design” magazine promotes Mimi Jensen’s September 2007 exhibition at Hespe Gallery in San Francisco, featuring her painting “Montecristo.” September issue.
April 22, 2007 – A party and auction benefiting San Francisco’s Friends of the Urban Forest. More than 100 artists donating works of, or inspired by, trees. Mimi Jensen created The Chocolate Dream Tree (Oil on Arches paper, 5″x7″) and accompanying poem especially for Arcadia. “Instead of turning to nature for inspiration, I turned to chocolate, which […]